Re: hint: one link points to the truth
Posted By: seshatasefekht In Response To: Re: hint: one link points to the truth (livelyup)
Date: Saturday, 9 April 2005, at 10:34 a.m.
In Response To: Re: hint: one link points to the truth (livelyup)
peace and hotep,
livelyup, remember that the 'cold thing' reference was aimed not at the innuit or sarni but it was aimed at the people who resided north of the caucasius mountains. those same people who traveled between the black and caspian sea and re-entered the "black lands" after living in unimaginable condition for no less than 25,000 years. i am citing anthropomorphic changes, bothe physical and spiritual.
livelyup, also note when you say:
"I have absolutely no doubt many of my european forebears ate a bit of human from time to time.",
that ritual and cultural significance in most places where it happened elsewhere cannot compare. i would ask you to compare the myths of the necessity for cannibaalism(pymies,caribes etc)and tribal customs associated withe war-----
to the reality of the extermination of "so-called" neanderthal men in europe by cro-magnon during the last epoch of the pleistocene which i must state that it is a pretty convincing accounts of canibalism in europe for plain survival.
livelyup, elsewhere in the world huemanity still maintains some reverence for this planet. nothing else explains the overwhelming force of destruction that emanates from the indo-european psyche. anthropomorphic change.....that presently threatens all life in the known universe.
conan the barbarian from the clan of the cave bear on a qwest for fire.
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